What material are your lenses made of?
We use organic lenses of the lowest weight for most of our frames. We buy them from the best global lens manufacturers and, after checking them, our opticians adapt them to your glasses.
Depending on the prescription we use different types of lenses:
Standard Thickness (1.5 Index) Lens: Organic conventional index lens, lighter and more resistant to breakage than mineral lenses.
Thin and Light (1.6 Mid-Index) Lens: Medium index organic lens, thinner and lighter than conventional organic lenses.
Thin and Light (1.67 High-Index) Lens: Organic lens with a very reduced edge thickness. Thanks to its special design a significant reduction in weight and edge thickness is obtained, which results in a more aesthetic lens.
Ultra Thin and Light (1.74 High-Index) Lens: The thinnest and lightest organic lens. This lens always include the anti-reflective treatment.
What treatments can be added to the lenses?
We have different treatments for the lenses of your prescription glasses.
Hardened Lens - Anti-scratch: It is a hardened treatment of the surface of organic lenses that provides a greater resistance to scratching.
Anti-reflective Lens: With this treatment on the lenses you will enjoy greater transparency. With this treatment the lens has a series of anti-reflective layers, which allows almost all the light to pass through and at the same time eliminates annoying reflections. This treatment is recommended for any prescription.
Photochromic Lens: Lenses that darken when the intensity of light increases. They are ideal for people who want to have a single pair of glasses that serves as both sunglasses and normal glasses. Highly recommended for users who go from closed areas to the outside frequently during the day. There are two types: gray and brown.
Do you sell progressive lenses? And bifocals?
At the moment we do NOT sell bifocal or progressive lenses due to the difficulty of adapting them online. We recommend acquiring this type of lens at your trusted optician, where they can make a correct adaptation.
Do you sell occupational lenses?
Occupational lenses are multifocal lenses that have near and medium distance correction. They are used for working in desk space. At the moment we do NOT sell occupational lenses due to the difficulty of adapting them online. We recommend acquiring this type of lens at your trusted optician, where they can make a correct adaptation.
Can I order frames without lenses or with lenses without prescription?
Yes. To do this, you must choose the option "include prescription lenses" and leave all the parameters of our form at 0. By doing this, you will receive your glasses with non-prescription lenses that you can use without problem. If, on the other hand, you want to receive only the frame with the plastic lenses because you are going to replace them with other lenses that you have purchased elsewhere, you just have to order the product without specifying that you want lenses.
Do you sell prescription sunglasses?
Yes, we have in the sunglasses section some models that can be ordered with prescription lenses.
Not all models can be ordered with prescription lenses.
You can choose polarized lenses, which are recommended for driving, skiing, practicing water sports, etc. When light reflects off some surfaces such as water, snow, road, etc. it becomes polarized, and has a particularly troublesome reflection. Standard tinted lenses do not eliminate this reflection. These reflections are easily eliminated if the lens is polarized and makes it easier to see.
You can also choose the color of the lens, either the color of the original lens or any other that you find in the list.
If I order prescription sunglasses, do the lenses come with the brand's logo?
Prescription sunglasses lenses are manufactured in external laboratories. For this reason, prescription lenses do not have the brand logo.
From which laboratory are your prescription lenses?
Depending on your prescription and the model of glasses you choose, the manufacturer of the lenses will vary. Therefore, if you want to know which laboratory would be responsible for the manufacture of your lenses, we recommend that you contact us and let us know your parameters and the chosen product so that we can give you all the information.